The Craigmyle

Address: 1037 Craigdarroch Rd, Victoria, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V8S-2A5, Canada | Inn
 
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This inn, located in the Rockland area of Victoria, is near Craigdarroch Castle, Government House, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, and Fort Street.
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      Victoria, stunningly beautiful Victoria

      A travel blog entry by cbw1991 on Oct 01, 2014

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      ... move out here! (There was one listed for sale...) The weather is so fabulous for much of the year, and the city is a gem of people-oriented living.

      This delightful discovery was followed by a pleasant saunter through Victoria's Chinatown - which incidentally is the oldest Chinatown in Canada, and the second oldest in North America, after San Francisco's. It sprang up in 1858 after the discovery of gold in the Fraser ...

      Across the ferry to Victoria

      A travel blog entry by chrisandjames on Aug 18, 2014

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      ... delivery trucks, pedestrians, and bicycles. There is a restaurant, a shop (with really nice rain gear!), great scenery, comfortable seating. Not a bad way to travel.

      Drove straight to Butchart Gardens which was fabulous. We decided, though, that the Dallas Arboretum is comparable. This garden was the grounds of a home, and is still owned by the Butchart family. After the home ...

      Someone had hurled an inflatable sailor...

      A travel blog entry by chris-moore on Jul 07, 2014

      1 comment

      ... to turn and, sure enough, someone had hurled an inflatable sailor off the poop deck (or whatever they call it these days). The boat heeled as it turned and as all the passengers rushed to the side to get the best view we were suddenly in danger of turning a drill into the real thing. A zephyr inflatable was lowered and two crewmen prepared to retrieve the "body". However, the event must have looked pretty realistic ...

      First Day of Work in Over a Year!!

      A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Oct 04, 2013

      ... that go in the ground with lids, a range of fiberglass guards that go on power poles to protect the cables and headwalls, so it's different work to what I have done. I managed to get a ride home with a guy so Sarah didn't have to drive out and pick me up. Sarah's day didn't go too well. She noticed the rules of her job were changing and the guy was turning into ...

      Life in Victoria.

      A travel blog entry by clboyce on Aug 17, 2013

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      ... love them. Also try a London Fog: earl grey tea with vanilla syrup and milk. Pretty sweet but delicious.

      Nightlife:

      - Bars:

      - Canoe bar (Swift St), great for live music on a friday night and they brew their own beer.
      - The Sticky Wicket. One of my favourites. Located on Douglas St. Good dance area, places to sit and chat, pool tables and darts, as well as good music. Always very busy on weekends.
      - If attending University ...